The development of one of the largest onshore wind projects in the world will take place in Egypt, as witnessed by the presidents of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Egypt, who signed the deal.
Conflicts, coups, extreme poverty: Sudan is rocked by multiple crises, but environmental activist Nisreen Elsaim warns a bigger issue overshadows them all: climate change.
Kenyan President William Ruto, who took office last month, has urged Africa to turn to renewable energy, breaking ranks with his continental counterparts pushing natural gas resource development projects.
In Morocco's scorching desert, the country's last remaining Berber nomads, the Amazighs, say their ancient way of life is under threat as climate change brings increasingly intense droughts.
Environment ministers from some 50 countries will meet in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday for a "pre-COP27" climate summit where wealthy nations are likely to come under pressure to increase spending on climate change.
The catastrophic flooding in Pakistan has sparked new calls for wealthy polluting countries who grew their economies using massive amounts of fossil fuels to compensate developing countries for the devastating effects of the climate crisis.
African leaders on Monday criticized the lack of Western counterparts at a climate summit in Rotterdam where they called for funds to help their countries adapt to global warming.